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is an eagle. in one talon the eagle is holding an olive branch. the eagle is looking at the olive branch to show that the united states will always seek peace. the other talon, the eagle is holding arrows to show that the united states understands if you will be effective and successful in seeking peace, you must be strong. let me expand. because it only only peace but a better kind. the elimination of poverty, better lives all over the world for ourselves and other people. the arrows don't just stand for military strength but capability, they stand for the idea that the underwill try to recruit the best and most capable to apply themselves to those grand objectives. as i studied the life of christopher stevens, he embodied that and sought the grand objectives that our dwok si stands for. we gather to mourn his loss and demonstrate to his family how much we understand their grief. we also gather to celebrate the immense accomplishments this man has made for us. i picked out of my closet a tie. says on it democracy is not a spectator sport. christopher stevens was a participant. a full, s
? >> this is a salad to put the cold eggplant on top of it. and then we are going to add kalimata olives. remember to slice these so you don't bite into the seed. >> i bought them with the seeds in it. almost bit into it. then walnuts? >> add them in too. >> tell me when. >> that looks good. and this is our little fresh bowl. fresh salad and mint. i love cooking with mint and cheese because it's creamy and fresh, great dimension. and then this is our little vinaigrette. it's lemon juice and olive oil, salt and pepper and that's it. there's your salad. >> now mix it around a little bit and what we got here, mix this little bit. what i'm going to do is put some of the olive oil on the burrata. put it on there. look how delicious and simple this is. thank you. it's a beautiful thing. back to you guys. they're going to love it. >> i already love it and i'm not evening tasting it. >>> i don't know about this next story. she was on a roll towards thousands of dollars on the game show wheel of fortune until a slip of the tongue cost her everything. renee was on the show last week and had the answer to th
planted r 100 years ago. it is called the silver ridge ranch, and it is all spanish olives, extra virgin, less than 0.8% at the city. -- acidity. we offer a house plant, which is a nifty blend of five types of spanish olives, which incorporates this into that. we also offer a tangerine olive oil, a new product, fresh tangerines. you taste possessed from the appeal of the tangerine. -- you taste the zest from the peel. >> emerge very well. excellent. they sell different types of salt here which are a big thing in it killing our world. i have found at home that it makes a big difference the texture of the salt, not word is from -- where it is from. where is this from? >> it is from france, the top layer of of salt, a very fine salt. for every 80 pounds of the great salt, 1 pound of this is made. >> we did not really talk about the clock tower yet. at 230 feet tall, this is built as a replica of of the clock tower in spain. this was electrically i polite. electrically operated? >> correct, but it still can be run mechanically. ithe clock master comes in at te time that it is changing. we al
that next and still ahead. oscar-winning director oliver stone with his unique spin on american history. >>> first, dick lugar, says good-bye today after 36 years. >> before the next 9/11, the president must be willing to call republicans to the oval office to establish the basis for a working partnership in foreign policy. and republicans must be willing to suspend reflexive opposition that serve no purpose but to limit their own role in strategic questions and render cooperation impossible. your jaw? campbell's has 24 new soups that will make it drop over, and over again. ♪ from jammin' jerk chicken, to creamy gouda bisque. see what's new from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 after that, it's on to germany. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 then tonight, i'm trading 9500 miles away in japan. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 with the new global account from schwab, tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 i hunt down opportunities around the world tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 as if i'm right there. tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 and i'm in total control because i can trade tdd#: 1-800-345-2550 directly online in 12
host michael kazin and coeditor of dissent magazine. this week oliver stone and historian peter kuznick discussed "the untold story of the united states," a companion book to their documentary series. in it they argue that u.s. leaders must chart a course for the future by first facing what they call the country's troubling history of drifting further away from its democratic traditions. >> host: hello peter and oliver. i've taught with peter at american university. let me start by having both of you talk about the theme of this and how you wrote it? >> guest: i was invited in 1996 to go to this class at american university researching oliver storms america and one of the classes i was very popular. i went very impressed with it and the range of students and afterwards peter suggested that there was a great story about the atomic him in the atomic bomb always fascinated me because i was born the year after it was dropped and it was in new york city, the center of the world and my father was republican and a conservative. he served in world war ii as eisenhower said the bomb was the umbr
to work. >> that's refreshing. >> sea scallops that are caramelized with olive oil and zest of lemon, lime, and orange. you got to try one of these. these are great to welcome your guests to your home. >> hmm. >> oh, gosh that's good. what did you put on top? >> zested lime and orange. >> that's it? >> yeah. >> oh, my gosh. that's delicious. >> the scallops are really fresh, and you caramelize them in a hot pan with olive oil. >> i'm going to have to have one more, don't you think? they're delicious. >> what else is down there? >> this is very important. this is a classical portuguese casserole. >> this is great. >> i'm going to eat one of those myself. >> those are very good. we slice these potatoes, yukon golds, in the fancy man doe lin here. this is a really cool technique that we poach cod at a really low temperature at olive oil, and you lift that off right into the paper towel. >> how long are you soaking it in there or poaching it? >> about ten to 12 minutes, and the oil is about 180 degrees. really, really low. >> okay. you'll be able to -- >> really? >> you're going to be able to
of olive oil and made the sauce. >> you make the sauce first and we crack the eggs on top of that and let it cook all together and when the eggs are done you eat it right out of the pan. >> 15 to 20 minutes but you want to make sure the eggs are done. these look done. >> we will finish them off and add some parsley on here. >> little bit of rosemary and get that oil out of there. >> and some oregano. and dad, you can throw whatever spices you want. >> i will add red peppers. perfect. and a little bit of regular pepper. on top. and that's it. now the best way to enjoy this is -- >> out of the skillet with some toast. that's all we do. >> serve it right there. toasted bread with a little olive oil and a fork and just dig in and enjoy. >> beautiful. >> eggs in purgatory. you made it for me. >> about time. >> thank you. beautiful. come on, dig in. >> one team is celebrating after stanford and ucla's football teams faced off yesterday. this time there was more on the line. the conference title to decide who will be representing the pack 12 in the grand daddy of all bowl games. our sports e --
. >> stephanie: what am i thinking of again? oliver twist. scrooge. all of them rolled into one! okay. 18 minutes -- >> bob kratch et? >> stephanie: right! >> not oliver twist. >> stephanie: entirely different. 18 minutes after the hour. kids, when meeting in person we express so much through the raise of an eyebrow like what the hell are you talking about? your references make no sense. you need to see that in crystal clear hd video quality and you can with go to meeting with hd faces. meet face-to-face with colleagues and clients. go to meeting takes simple online meetings a big step forward with the highest quality hd videoconferencing. this turned into a spontaneous commercial the other day. seriously, you have to try it. it is unbelievable. you don't get the audio dropping out, the pixelating on the video. it is amazing and with one click, you can share your screen with everybody else. you can work on a document, look at a power point graphics. whatever it is you need to do. present a power point thing and you
of cheese. what about some olive oil at the end? a little bit of olive oil and that's it. there's the pasta, hearty, delicious. a double high five. beautiful. bye-bye. >>> well, when we come back, a test run today for the air force's new secret high-tech spacecraft. and a reminder, if you have a consumer problem or question, just call our hotline, 1-888-5- helps-u. volunteers are there right now. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, marin county. caltrans closed the northbound 101 connector to highway 1 becae of water on the roadway. >>> high tide this morning caused this washout in marin county. caltrans closed the northbound 101 connector to highway 1 because of water on the roadway. this week we'll be seeing some of the highest tides of the year. what's called king tides happens on thursday when the gravitation national pull on the moon is greatest. >>> black friday deals are fading from memories but not for consumers' whose orders were canceled. what happens when you don't get your goods. that and more coming up at 5. >>> third time's the charm for the air force's latest experimental space plane. they
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oliver has the story. >> reporter: ski patrol raced down the hill where paramedics tried to save the man. the man was buried for 5 hours. his friends left in shock, said the man just moved back to the area and this was his first outing the of season. >> we are missing a guy. missing a guy but they didn't start looking till 2-3 hours later. >> the man was buried in 2 feet of snow. friends said he was snow aboving when the snow broke -- snowboarding above it when the snow broke free. >> looking for him but they didn't find him. he was at the bottom. >> reporter: the ski patrol did a preliminary search. >> they did a courtesy search. concerned for safety reasons because of the unstable ice that is still up there. >> reporter: after more time passed and there was still no sign of the man search crews were called in. the resort was shut down. kevin oliver, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> an accident on highway 84 shut down both lanes of traffic for an hour. we showed you this earlier. this happened after 4:00 p.m. this afternoon. it was reported as a head on collision. it is unclear if there were i
programming. this week oliver stone and peter kufic discussed their book the untold history of the united states with michael kazin. >> tonight i am going to us discuss abraham lincoln's role in the crisis of the union, 1860-61. more specifically will talk about however him again rejected any meaningful compromise. the country was gripped by a section of crisis because many southerners feared lincoln and his republican party. it was a north party and proudly so. it did not have a significant seven connection. lincoln was elected without a single lessor although for many of the 15 / states and only four of the border states did he get any popular votes and then nearly a handful. for the first time in the nation's history there will be taking over the executive branch of the national government. the republican party was proudly in northern party, during its brief existence in the mid 1850's damage its rhetoric and assault of the south, and the south major social institution racial slavery. and their determination that is the republicans' determination to well the north into a unit that coul
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.s. intervention next? carl oliver north joins us in moments. runaway spending, our national debt top $16 trillion. who is doing the math? my next guest says it is all worse than people no. former house ways and means committee chairman bill archer after the break. this family used capital one venture miles to come home for the holidays. that's double miles you can actuallyse... sadly, their brother's white christmas just got "blacked out." [ brother ] but it's the family party! really jingles your bes, doesn't it? my gifto you! the capital one venture card! for any flightany time! th's double miles n actually use! how illuminating. what's in your walle let me guess, am on t naugh list again? ho ho ho! i've been fortate to w golf's biggest ages. but wh joint pn and stiffness from psoriatic arthritis hit, even the smallest things became difficult. i filly undetood what serious joint pain is like. i talked tmy rheumatologist and he prescrid enbrel. enbrelanelp relieve pain, stiffness, and stoint dage. because enbrel, etanerercept suppresses your immuneystem, it may lower your abili to fight infectio
? carl oliver north joins us in moments. runaway spending, our natinal debt top $16 trillion. whis doing the math? my next gest says it is all rse than people no. former house ways and means committee chairman bill archer aftethe break. ligations, but obligatio. i need trethink the core omy portfolio. what i really need is slee introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call-800-ishares for a prospectus which incdes investment objectives, risks, cha and expenses. ad and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. ♪ lou: $16 trillion in national debt, so put tat figure closer to a nearly $90 trillion. among them, a fomer ways and means committee hairman bill archer. he joins us ere in just moments to take a look at the fiscal cliff. a man who, as i said earlier in the broadcast was present at the previo precipices and survived it all. he will give us his insights. first, going to wall street, the markets tonight. "moneyline." stuck in a
house. this president has got so many olive branches coming out of the windows of the white house, nobody could cut them off. the fact is, this president has done everything he can. he even put social security on the table. that's right, chained cpi. that was there. he said he wasn't going to do it, but he wanted a deal. and the president is explaining not everybody is going to get what they want. americans are very clear on the solution they want. higher taxes for the wealthiest americans and sensible cuts in spending. that's where the country is right now. last night republicans destroyed their own party because they refused to agree with the american people. but, of course, they think if they do something that might align themselves with president obama, it's going to be their political death knell. they have it all screwed up. it's time to hand the keys back to the adults. get your cell phones out. i want to know what you think. tonight's question, do republicans want the country to go over the fiscal cliff? text "a" for yes. text "b" for no to 622639. you can always go to our
is who jill was and olive and who jill is becoming. i thought that works. that works for me. i am making the best of it, susan. you know, i am not a writer. [ laughter ] >> i think you're a really good sport. did she get a cut of the book sales? >> absolutely. fifty/50. >> was it methodic for you to write? >> absolutely. i was scared to death by the word recurrence. >> yes. >> we got used to the word cancer. currents was a knife through my motor -- my heart and i couldn't get it out of my mind. i was looking for a family meal and wondering what i was going to write next. i started to write about this fear, what if jill's recurrence, unlike the reality, she's fine, what if it doesn't go that way? >> uh-huh. >> yeah. >> and then i, to free myself, i didn't write me, i wrote this guy hershey who, from the -- herbie, who from the first page is not me. there are things about him that are like me. >> you could fool me. >> no, believe me, he drippings more than i do. >> good, i'm glad to hear that. i was going to ask but that. >> his sex life is not as interesting as ours. >> huh. >> there are
was ousted. joining us now, colonel oliver north, military analyst,t host f "war stories, "the new york times" best seller, heroes proved and great to have you withr us. congratulations on the new book. i want to get to that in just a moment.o ge i want to get your reaction to what we are watching take place at the presidential palace in egypt. >> the good news is there are 100,000 people lefte in egypt that once the protest of aship dictatorship of sharia. that is what we will see them backing morsi and the regina. number two, to get crushed, the bad n news is they will suppres. this rebellion, they will suppress it with the help of police and the muslim brotherhood thugs trying to make sure at the end of the day them christian movement that used to exist, the church is no longer to be reckonedr with. the secular muslims no longern have a role to play in this governmentrn and that comes down to our disadvantage because we're helping to fund this government and our only real ally in that part of the world, israel. lou: the reason we continue to fund this government, to continue the policies o
" starting around ten o'clock eastern. then we have darden restaurants, the parent of olive garden, red lobster. it says its businesses could be hurt by bad publicity. darden said it might cut hours for some workers in order to avoid having to provide health insurance for them under obamacare. and a rift in the liberal media because of that. it might be a stretch in my opinion and maybe a stretch people saying they'll stop going to restaurants because of it. and a debate on that. darden, obamacare later in the hour. and breaking news from citigroup, too, it's cutting 11,000 jobs, it calls it part of its repositioning. it says it will save a billion dollars a year and the stock is going to be up at the opening bell. hope for the best, but plan for the worst. that's what companies are doing. more than 200 of them are getting ready for the expected dividend tax like next year by paying dividends now. we'll talk about it, call it the tax dodge. talk about it after the opening bell next. [ male announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the grea
brown, white diamond, olive green, linen burgundy hot pink, turquoise, sapphire blue, a jump that. lavender feel, purple orchid, some of the newer colors. lemongrass colonial blue cognac my gosh. i do not know which one i love better. navy, emerald green, great for the holiday season. steel gray. you will smile when you open your closet. young adults canary yellow ruby red. ruby red, i will bet that is going like hot cakes. >>host: we are down to a few hundred of each choice. whether it is chrome or brass, that is the color hook, and then take hair color. you do need to decide because we will start losing colors. --hanger color. if your first choice sells out they are all obviously fabulous to go to your next color. if you have your heart set on a color you should call now. >>guest: the ruby red with the chrome hooks. the silver bag if you get with the brass hooks the gold. just choose your color how simple?--gold bag. it used to be a day if it was 36 hangers it would6 c13 $36. it would not even the bag. make no mistake about the value.the velvet drawstring and the metallic.
with with the murders. what does our own colonel oliver north think about arrests versus assaults? fox news military analyst author of this fine new novel heros proved joins from philly where his navy just snatched victory over army. colonel, congratulations, so are you satisfied with what looks like a law and order approach to getting the people who killed our people in benghazi the arrest at the airport in turkey, now you have got this fellow ahmad being arrested in cairo. what about it? >> first, congratulations to the navy team. i have got underneath my i had to bring my navy sweater. >> what do you wear camo pajamas? >> cam fallujah. the capture of jamel amad good signs. mid 40s, he has been a member of the egyptian jihad. he had been jailed by mubarak. he had been eliseed -- released in march. muslim brotherhood. it's a good sign he has been arrested. i think it's great that we prosecute the persecutors. the real problem in this is giving credit to morsi and his regime, which is making a desperate bid for absolute power there just like mubarak is not necessarily a sign of a reawakening of let'
. >> dog whistle. we'll talk to him later in the show. >> then we got oliver stone not a big deal. then we got richard rockefeller. i'll save it for later in the show. all right and plus, reality t.v. isn't real. who knew? crazy. it's go time. [ ♪ theme ♪ ] [ crowd chanting ] >> that's michigan, where the republicans are trying to jam through right to work laws. and 12,000 unionized workers showed up to protest. they reached capacity in the capitol building at 2,200. they shut out everybody else abc news report. >> michigan republican controlled state legislature approved the controversial right to work bill today 58-51. >> the bill is passed. >> why shut people out? why did we do this? i can tell you why because good ideas get debated and bad ones get rammed through with police protection in a lame duck legislature. [ crowd chants ] >> well, governor snyder had run his one tough nerd and hence that's buy they're chanting one term nerd. they are very mad at him for flip-flopping. we'll get to that in a second. then, they got really mad at steven crowder a fox contributor and so-called
american soil." justice peter oliver, also from an old american family also fled to england and lies buried there. george washington and other respected american leaders across the country condemned the boston tea party as vandals, and they might well have ended in jails and faded into obscurity had the british government not responded so rashly and so violently by sending troops back to boston. by quartering troops in private homes, of loyalists as well as rebels, the british military command seemed to declare war against all americans, and that provoked almost the entire massachusetts citizenry into open rebellion. lexington followed with americans discovering the importance of the individual's right to bear arms. then came bunker hill and that was followed by a declaration of independence by the massachusetts legislature. virginia followed suit after patrick henry's stirring call for liberty or death, and a declaration of war against britain. his call echoeded across the continue innocent and roused so many americans that on july 4 #th, 1776, all 13 states declared independence from brit
. >> by the way morgan, it is not only olive garden but papa john. >> bad press is bad for business. the ceo came out and said obama care would lead to 14 cents more per pie and one of our reporters did the math metics and found it was four cents a pie . since then. since then, the ceo back tracked and it makes the company look silly and greed. we are seeing tt blow back. >> but the president said it was not going to cost a dime but aparently it is. >> hold on, rick. >> guys, with all due respect everyone of you missing the point. people are not angry about what they are saying, they are angry about what the ceo's are doing. was not saying we lost money because we said the wrong their customersot upset they were trying to take out their corporate responsibility by hurting the workers. customers are working people in this country. we'll not let themet away with it. >> working people working for the companies that are wried about their jobs because of the tax implications of obama care. >> rick, if ty had done it elegantly and say we'll have to do a surcharge on every bill which does happen in san
an olive branch in public. so far the president has not done that. i keep hearing democrats talk about polls. they are in a win-win situation. it's all about a popularity contest and not about the fiscal health of the country. >> it's so unpatriotic for them not to be staying there. i don't know why they are going home for christmas. its national crisis. they should be there working there every minute to get this solved. >> just real quickly, not that i don't think there is a sense of urgency or there should be. there should absence of urgency. if we don't get it it done the day before christmas, it's not the end have the world. we can get it done the second week of january. i don't think we should get too upset about it. >> like i said wall street is begtd that second due date is right in early january. there is no give on the other side. i am telling you that democrats are not giving a dime. that is why from the ceo suite they believe this is going to kick in. >> neil: republicans call the democrats, we'll go back to clinton era tax rates. the ball is in your court. >> they won't buy
tria sha wr ro recounsels the suse.esses of the night senate during the 1960s and '7s so. oliver saxe dis hapsses -- >> and washington post-ses. bor cockeespondent reports on the military and the government's failings in the war in thoroanistan. ...n w well-known face for c-span viewers mary frances berry professor at the university of pennsylvania also of the author of several books. we're at the university of pennsylvania to talk to her about and justice for all. the united states commission on civil rights in the continuing struggle for freedom in america quote. when did this all rights commission begin? >> 1957. president eisenhower had a lot of discussion with john foster dulles the secretary of state because of the races around the world people would hear about and read about and the fact there seemed to be episodes whether lynching or discrimination in the country. eisenhower said he would ask congress to set up a civil-rights commission to put the facts on the table and i am told by someone at the meeting he slammed the table and they will put the facts on the table. poli
in oliver twist. >> twist, are you out of your senses? >> please, sir, i want some more. >> what? dickens as a young man starts to go to the theater more or less every single night. as you can tell from his work, theater is hectic but he is steeped in shakespeare. hamlet is referred to often more than any other play. >> whether it is nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune or to take arms against a sea of troubles. >> but i think it's the focus on the young man and the formation of the young man and the way in which he can't quite grasp fate or take control of his own life. in a sense that's really kind of what dickens did manage to do. he was able to turn his life around. he was the master of his own destiny in a way that hamlet isn't. i think dickens was fascinated with the character of hamlet, his vascillation and this kind of thing. in a sense it was what dickens was most afraid of in himself. in some ways the more you know about dickens, the more shocking it is that here is a man who seemed to need to no rest, a man of absolute indefat ig i believe co
olive oil, less butter, much less cream, the time of cooking has changed a great deal in vegetable. so, yes, it has changed. >> rose: how often do you cook? every night? >> basically everyday, everyday. >> rose: does she cook for you as well? >> yechlt and when i come into the kitchen i say to my wife of 45 years, "darling, what do you think?" she says "don't touch anything." (laughter) >> rose: because most people when they meet chefs they say "well, do you cook at home?" of course you cook at home. >> of course, of course. and for me i haven't had restaurant in quite a while. my recipe are done with myself. i got an idea, i go to the market, write it on a yellow pad start doing the recipe. i gave it to noor with my assistant for 27 years and she retyped it. >> rose: that's the recipe. the have the products changed, are they better? >> no question. when i came to america 50 years ago there was no leek, there was no shallot, there was only one type of shallot, there was iceberg lettuce. i remember going to fifth avenue going to d'agostino know brothers, good market and they say "we're
, filmmaker oliver stone and peter kuzck sunday "the untold history of the united states" and they say the leaders must first face the country's troubling history of drifting further away from its democratic traditions. >> one or both of you talk about the theme of movie and how you came to write it. >> i was invited by petitioner in 1996 to go to a class at american university, teaching oliver stone's america. i went, very impressed with it. the range of the students, and afterwards, at dinner, peter suggested that there was a great story, and the atomic bomb fascinated me because i was been the year after it was dropped, and it controlled new york city, and the center of the world, and my father was a republican and conservative, and he served in world war ii with eisenhower. so the bomb was the umbrella, the mushroom under which i grew, and everything we did was in the shadow of that. so, i was curious about it. the bomb story does have another origin. the 1930s, had written a book about the scientist. but above all he mentioned this figure about henry wallace, and how he could have
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